Repost: Mitt Romney Will Not Win GOP

First posted on March 8, 2006:

Have you ever seen Mitt Romney in an interview? He is sharp, very well spoken, and confident, dare I say Presidential. But he cannot win the GOP nomination.

Why do I say that? Too many Right-Wing-”Christians” to be exact. These “Christians” who put Bush into office will not tolerate a Mormon to be President. The anti-Mormon campaign…”LDS are not Christians”…has proven a very effective marketing campaign of the so called “Christian” community. Non-LDS Christians will not put their faith, money, and vote behind a member of a “cult”.

They have been fully brainwashed to distrust all-things-LDS. The bias of all-things-LDS runs too deep for them to overcome. This is true because of the nature of their shallow evangelical mindset, theological errors, and especially their anti-intellectual blinded-by-the-faith-of-bigotry perceptions.

Given that sad reality, Romney will not win the GOP nomination.

We will not have a Mormon President until God brings forth the Political Kingdom of God, which can only happen after America fully implodes from within, meaning, the end of the federal and state government. Only then will the America, and the rest of the world, ready for a Mormon to lead them politically.

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Posted on February 8, 2008, in Election 2008, Mormonism/LDS Church, News and politics. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. It’s strange – I actually thought Romney was doing pretty well there for a while. Huckabee felt to me as a bit weasley and McCain was a bit too liberal. Huckabee only dropped a couple of anti-Mormon references. I hope people didn’t turn away from Romney because he was Mormon. If so, we’re still not quite as free as our founders had envisioned. Way to call it back in 2006!

  2. Do you truly believe that a Mormon will not become President until Christ’s Kingdom is established? What are you basing this on?

  3. It’s not a matter of free or not free. We can vote on any ground we choose. America was very anti-Catholic when Al Smith ran and lost in the Twenties, and I don’t think the LDSers stood up for him.

    But, as a Catholic, I think it’s unfair to vote against a man because of his religious beliefs, particuarly when those beliefs have no negative baggage that would harm the common good. Thus, I could vote for a Protestant, a Catholic, but likely not a Jew or a Muslim. Why? Jews are often loyal to a foreign state and have generally been a force for liberal confusion at home. Even when not, their religion defames Jesus Christ. Muslims have an anti-civilizational program inseparable from their religion and are too much of a threat to tolerate, particularly in high office.

  4. “Mitt Romney Will Not Win GOP” Yes, let’s thank God for this. What part of “Thou shalt not kill” doesn’t this guy understand? Not in a plain or train or Iraq. My mother is a Mormon. She doesn’t believe in killing, whether it be by terrorists or Americans. It amazes both me and my mother just how many Mormons actually support the war.

  5. nathan millward

    I would like to state something on this matter; yes one day the LDS church will have great leaders in the government, good will always prevail over evil, but with accordance with Mitt Romney. I love him for being my brother and a member of the church, but I also feel that he does not have the right ideas for what our country needs at this time, he only has a business back ground, and that is kind last thing we need right now, One comment he said that disturbed me was his take on Health Care, in his quote he said, ” In American, we average 60,000 dollars a year per family, its not that we need a universal health care, its that people simple don’t want to spend 12,000 a year on their family” . Brother Romney, I wish for you to look outside of numbers and truly look at where the American economic job stands right now, over 8 million families live on a low poverty pay check,, I understand that if you have 2 working Americans next to each other, one making 120,000 dollars a year and the other 15,000 dollars a year, the average calculates to 67,500 dollars per family,, but to actually look at it, its nothing like that at all, we need to strength jobs here in the US so people can afford their own insurance , but until the world is perfect, we need to watch out for those of disability, those of one parent families, and others who are pushed out and lead away from working a decent job, I hope one day we all can be equal, and live with no money problems as you do,

  6. I truly believe that Mitt Romney will be the most candidates among others. Why and how, simply because he is a Mormon man. A Mormon man believes in God the Eternal Father and His Son JESUS CHRIST and the Holy Ghost. In my own belief that for those who do not believe as stated above, you are Satan Church.

  7. Jeremy – sometimes God justifies wars for various reasons. In the Book of Mormon the Nephites went to war many times “In memory of [their] God, [their] religion, and freedom, and [their] peace, [their] wives, and [their] children” (Alma 46:12).

    In talking about wars, Alma also states “Nevertheless, the Nephites were inspired by a better cause, for they were not fighting for monarchy nor power but they were fighting for their homes and their liberties, their wives and their children, and their all, yea, for their rites of worship and their church.

    And they were doing that which they felt was the duty which they owed to their God; for the Lord had said unto them, and also unto their fathers, that: Inasmuch as ye are not guilty of the first offense, neither the second, ye shall not suffer yourselves to be slain by the hands of your enemies.

    And again, the Lord has said that: Ye shall defend your families even unto bloodshed.”
    (Alma 43:45-47)

    It is wicked wars of greed, power and corruption that are abominable to the Lord. Surely defense of ones country and the things listed above are to be protected at all costs.

    That being said, I’m sure there have been wars America has fought which would most likely not be justified in the eyes of the Lord.

    This current war in Afghanistan against the terrorists who attacked us on our soil is aimed at not letting them regroup and attack again.

    You are free to formulate your own thoughts on the justification of the war in Afghanistan, and much more could be written on this subject while referencing the scriptures; however, I just came across this blog post today, and just thought I’d set the record straight on war.

  8. I use to be a Republican and now I am not. Mitt Romney would have a far better chance being voted in as a Democrat then he ever would as a Republican. Case in point is he got elected in Mass., which is a highly Democratic state and yet has no chance of winning the Rep. nom. for president. Fact of the matter is I do believe we need health care for everyone. As a Christian how could you not. And Romney believed that too and yet has been scorned badly by the right.

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